During her visit to Florida, Hillary Clinton found time to speak to St. Petersburg Times political editor Adam Smith. Smith asked Clinton about her decision to support the votes in Florida's election only after it became apparent that she would needs those votes in the Democratic primary. Clinton dodged the question about timing, saying she
Smith: Some people might say, "Where were you when we need you, when the Rules and Bylaws Committee were stripping away all the delegates you were silent and some of your top advisers, Harold Ickes and Tina Flournoy, were voting for that penalty?"
Clinton: Well I don't agree with the decision of the Democratic Party I have been pushing them to rectify that decision.
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